New Cruise Line Jacques-Cartier Unveils 2018 Deployment

The Harvey family, owner of the M/S Jacques-Cartier, which will enter service on the St. Lawrence and Great Lakes in 2018, has announced its first three itineraries aboard the 68 passenger-ship.

The cruise line is set to offer a soft adventure-style product, with zodiacs and kayaks launched right off the vessel. 

“We are very pleased to announce our first itineraries. Investments of $6.6 million will transform the M/S Jacques- Cartier into a cruise ship enabling our customers to discover extraordinary, unique locations and enjoy a different experience combining activities, discoveries and comfort”, said Michel Harvey, president.

Among the new itineraries is Lighthouse Hopping, sailing between Quebec City and Saguenay with an itinerary that focuses on lighthouses.

There is also a St. Lawrence Islands and Saguenay Fjord itinerary offering between between Québec City, the South Shore and Charlevoix on the North Shore.

The third itinerary offered is the Majestic St. Lawrence, including the Great Lakes with a stop in Toronto. The ship is also expected to go through locks.

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